The 3 are close in terms of power, but Foreman beats the living daylights out of the other two
Many historians have written about Willard's cheekbone being broken in 13 places, how on earth do they explain this picture of 1923 ?
Using yesterday's gameplan, Joshua has a better chance. Four inches and with those heavy hands can keep Max at bay and win a comfortable decision.
Wilder's power gets massively overrated. He's just so Big and lanky ir makes it easier for him to catch his oppopnent flush. Baer_Louis_shavers...
Absolutely. Beat up every one of his companions before the Muniz case.
It was the first publiclyknown femicide in my country.
Impressive. Both Jack and Joe Louis used the Charles Atlas training methods.
Sour grapes by Carnera. Neither Louis nor Dempsey( specially Dempsey) can compare to Baer in terms of crude-power
Somewhat similar to what Marciano did ?
Ingo's right. DeJohn and Liston could hit so much harder and still everyone talks Ingo's punch
I see him as a poor man's Riddick Bowe with the right hand of a Frank Bruno.
Who has he ever iced cold with 1 punch ?
No way, and honestly since im from Argentina
He was at best, a smaller, less powerful version of Chuvalo.
never knew why.
Morrison took huge shots that night. The right at 6:29 is the same punch that koed Moorer a year later.
RIP. The man who showed Frazier how to trouble Ali
Joshua already opening the umbrella
That right hand at 1:11 might have the been the hardest Joe ever landed
Frazier's left hook on Quarry in their 2nd fight.
What a hook!! I believe Matthews was stunned a minute earlier by a grazing overhand right
Ezzard Charles knocking out Satterfield quicker than Layne
His left hook was shorter and his handspeed faster, but I don't think he hit any harder than Tyson.
Inside top 30, and stretching it a little. DeJohn and Liston could hit harder than Ingo